Mark McKone provides his opinion on whether the criminal law adequately protects residents in care homes from being ill-treated.
Chris Dunn successfully prosecuted a serving police officer with North Yorkshire Police for causing serious injury by dangerous driving whilst on duty.
The collision was the subject of an investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct and in late 2019 the officer was charged with the two allegations of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
Glenn Parsons writes article for Counsel magazine – A snapshot of diversity and inclusion at the Bar in 2021.
The article in the February edition of Counsel magazine covers what barristers on the North Eastern Circuit are doing to make lasting change happen
We are advertising for 2 pupils to undertake pupillage in September 2021. The closing date for applications is 8 February 2021 at 11am.
PSQB were recognised as a leading business in the Legal profession for the way it had used IT and the various remote platforms to deal with virtual Court hearings, meetings, seminars, conferences and online dispute resolution during the pandemic.
PSQB Deputy Head of Chambers, Kama Melly QC appeared on BBC Look North today to comment on the increased backlog of cases in the court system as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. In Yorkshire alone the number of outstanding cases has increased by a third. Kama Melly QC told BBC Look North “will we […]
Tyrell Robinson and Korie Berman jailed for sexual activity with children – Gill Batts for the prosecution
Gill Batts prosecutes professional footballer Tyrell Robinson and his friend Korrie Berman for sexual offences committed against three 14 year old girls whilst he was a member of Bradford City Football club.
It was only when Police traced the source of the Facebook messages to Gray’s IP address that the deception was uncovered.
Pawel Relowicz has gone on trial accused of the murder and rape of student Libby Squire. Richard Wright QC leading Richard Woolfall prosecute. Mr Wright QC opened the case yesterday telling the Court that Relowicz cruised around the student area of Hull in his car looking for a victim. The prosecution allege the defendant picked […]
We are advertising for 2 pupils to undertake pupillage in September 2021. The window for applications is now open. The application form is now available to download – click here The closing date for applications is 8 February 2021 at 11am. Interviews will be held on a date to be confirmed in February or March […]
Abdul Iqbal QC represents Luke Hunter in respect of terrorism offences relating to widespread dissemination of extreme right-wing propaganda and encouragement of terrorism
Luke Hunter admitted four offences of encouragement of terrorism (s. 1 Terrorism Act 2006) and three offences of dissemination of a terrorist publication (s. 2 Terrorism Act 2006).
This was a disturbing case of radicalisation of a young man with no previous criminal history.
Keighley Man jailed for 16 years after stabbing another man twice with a flick knife, PSQB’s Chris Dunn acted on behalf of the prosecution
The offence in Keighley town centre in broad daylight was captured on CCTV. It was before the Covid-19 lockdown and the streets were teeming with people.